11 February 2015
Can we win the war against cancer? Over the past 18 months, Panorama has followed a group of patients on drug trials. Some who'd been given months to live, are keeping cancer at bay for years.
People should listen to music for no more than one hour a day to protect their hearing, the World Health Organization suggests.
It is "almost inevitable" that your blood will take the first steps towards leukaemia as you age, researchers show.
The Indian health minister urges the public not to panic as the number of deaths so far this year from swine flu passes 900 from 16,000 cases.
Measles vaccinations must be immediately stepped up across Europe and central Asia after a series of outbreaks, the World Health Organization says.
Scientists have proposed a new idea for detecting brain conditions including Alzheimer's - a skin test.
Latest news, features and maps as West Africa battles world's worst outbreak of killer disease
Could new "auto-disable" syringe help stem outbreaks of HIV?
What do forensic pathologists really do?
The blind breast cancer detectors who may save lives
Futuristic ways to deliver medical treatment
'Children don't see my boy as Down's syndrome; adults do'
The winemaker forced to relearn how to taste and smell
How much saturated fat should you eat?
Has the focus on obesity overshadowed inactivity?
'The Earth is round, the sky is blue and vaccines work'
Why many Africans shun organ donation
Why activity trackers fail to match up
Playpens to drones - new ideas to reduce deaths by drowning
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